Since having quality drinking water is crucial for human
life, being able to pull ground water up through a well is
pretty profound. Humans need quality water and have sought it
through dug water wells since at least 7,000 BC, according to
Israeli archaeological excavations.
With such a steep history,
the craft of water wells have been refined and perfected over the centuries.
There have been many great advancements in water wells
construction, with one
of them being the ability to use truck-mounted heavy equipment
to bore holes into the ground precisely where we want one.
Drilling is now the preferred way to construct a water well.
For more information or help with a well problem, please
contact us today!
Water Well Drilling
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- Residential Well Drilling
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- Well Repairs & Maintenance
- Replacement Wells
- Well Inspections
- Well Capping & Plugging
There are several different types of water wells in use
today, but the common goal of them all is to raise quality water
from the ground for irrigation, drinking or watering purposes.
This is accomplished by drilling a hole (bore hole) into the
ground and constructing a water well. Once the bore hole is
drilled for the water well, a casing is used to line the hole
and prepare it for the well pump. The well casing can vary
greatly, with the most common materials used being Plastic
Piping, Carbon Steel Piping and Stainless Steel. The use of any
casing is regulated and dependent on the geologic conditions
within your land, which is another great reasons to consult a
Pollock Well Drilling, Inc. are qualified professionals in
shallow & deep water well drilling. From concept to completion -
or a quick service call - we are here to assist. We can install
your new well, and handle everything for you, or help the
do-it-yourselfers with a problem. It's our job, it's our life,
and it's certainly our pleasure!
Water Well Tip: The Well Casing protects and
supports the walls of your water well, along with sealing out contaminants, and giving access to the ground water source deep
below. Inspect & Repair the casing and seal cap for any breaches,
cracks or damage to prevent an unexpected loss of water.